Arokh was bonded to Heron in the Order. They both fought in the war against the Dark Union. Heron died in the war after banishing Navaros, leader of the Union, out of the world. With his master dead, Arokh retreated to his lair, where he fell into stone sleep for six-hundred years.
He was re-awakened by the warrior woman, Rynn, who needed his help to save her brother and avenge her village. He again underwent the ritual of the Bond, uniting his soul with Rynn's.
It is unknown when Arokh was born, but his past is considered a legend because many already knew about Arokh including Rynn, her village's Priest, and Heron his rider was the one who killed the Dark Union's leader.
Draken: Order of the Flame Edit
When Arokh was awakened by Rynn, he showed rage upon learning she woke him to help her rescue her brother, but was impressed by her bravery. After the Bonding Ceremony they set off on an adventure to rescue her brother and defeat the Dark Union.
Drakan: The Ancients' Gates Edit
After defeating the Dark Union, Rynn and Arokh returned to Rynn's Village in hopes of finding survivors of the Wartok attack. While searching, Arokh "heard" a call for the Order of the Flame. He was forced to answer telling Rynn to meet him in Surdana. When she arrived, Arokh had gone to find the Tree of Mourning. He succeeded, but couldn't get close enough because the trees were too dense for him to land. He then tasked Rynn with retrieving the rune. After this they set out on a journey to open the four Ancients' Gates and awaken Mala Shae thus restarting the Order and bringing Drakan to peace.
Like most dragons, Arokh can fly and use breath weapons against his foes. Each of his breath attacks have two variations that can be used on the ground and in the air.
- Even though Arokh begins the games as a fire-breathing dragon, he is able to use other breath attacks with ease.
- Arokh received a makeover between the two games, going from red and black to multiple shades of red.
Drakan: Order of the Flame - Drakan: The Ancients' Gates